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DOMJEVIN

 

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 Vue intérieure de la chapelle de la Bonne-Fontaine
Vue intérieure de la chapelle de la Bonne-Fontaine
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Signal Corps - 7658 - Lieut .J. J. Halliday; chaplain, One hundred and sixty-sixth Regiment Infantry (formerly Fourth Regiment Infantry, Ohio National Guard), rendering last rite over body of Pvt. Dyer J. Bird Company D, One hundred and sixty sixth Infantry, from Broadway, Ohio, first American soldier of Forty-second Division killed in St. Clement sector. This soldier was killed at a listening post by a German, raiding party. He saw the Germans come out of the trench and, after hurling, two hand grenades in their midst, he turned to warn, his comrades, when he received the fatal Bullet. As he fell his comrades heard him call : " The Germans are coming in the form of a wedge. Boys, I'm dying. Domjevin, France. March 3; 1918.
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Signal Corps - 7659 - Same as 7658
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Signal Corps - 7660 - Same as 7658.
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Signal Corps - 7661 - Funeral, in French cemetery, resting place of Pvt. D: J. Bird, Company D, One hundred and sixty-sixth Regiment Infantry (formerly Fourth Regiment: Infantry, Ohio National Guard), Forty-second Division, Domjevin, France, March 3, 1918.
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Signal Corps - 7662 - Taps on grave of Pvt D. J. Bird, Company D, One hundred and sixty-sixth Infantry, Forty-second Division, showing Gen. Charles T. Menoher, Col. Douglas MacArthur, chief of staff Forty-second Division, and Col. Arnouly de Pirey, Sixtieth Infantry, French Army, Domjevin, France. March 3, 1918.
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Signal Corps - 7663 - Gen. Charles T. Menoher, Forty-second Division, and staff with French officers paying respects to Pvt. D. J. Bird, Forty-second Division. One hundred and sixty-sixth Infantry, Company D, at funeral ceremony, Domjevin. March 3, 1918.
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Signal Corps - 7664 - Same as 7663.
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Signal Corps - 7665 - Same as 7663.
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Signal Corps - 7666 - Scene in French cemetery. Col. Arnouly de Pirey, Sixtieth French Infantry, saluting remains at a burial before departing, Domjevin, France. March 3, 1918. Funeral of Pvt D. J. Bird, Forty-second: Division, One hundred and sixty-sixth Infantry, Company D.
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Signal Corps - 7701 - Battery A, One hundred and forty-ninth Regiment Field Artillery, formerly First Regiment Field Artillery, Illinois National Guard, firing first shell of the Forty-second Division Artillery, Domjevin, France, March 6, 1918.

 

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Signal Corps - 7702 - Passing ammunition to battery from transfer car. Battery A, One hundred and forty-ninth Field Artillery. Shows effect of camouflage. Domjevin, France, March 6, 1918.
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Signal Corps - 7742 - Lieut. J. M. Patterson, commanding officer, Battery D, One hundred and forty-ninth Regiment, Field Artillery, formerly First Regiment Field Artillery, Illinois, National Guard. Lieut. Patterson is one of the owners of the Chicago Tribune. Domjevin, France, March 11, 1918.
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Signal Corps - 7749 - Shells exploding near One hundred and forty-ninth Regiment Field Artillery, (formerly First Regiment Field Artillery, Illinois National Guard), position, Domjevin, France. March 11, 1918.
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Signal Corps - 10197 - Secretary Baker watching shells explode near One hundred and forty-ninth First Illinois Field Artillery. Field Artillery position, Domjevin. France.

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